MSc Midwifery (Shortened)
This programme provides Registered Adult Nurses, who already have a relevant degree and NMC PIN, with the opportunity to study midwifery at masters level. We equip you with the skills, knowledge and professional insight to become a registered midwife, building on your previous nursing experience. Whether it's helping women during pregnancy and birth, or giving support to new mothers, you learn through doing, building your confidence as you go. Graduate ready to excel as a fully rounded midwife.
This blended learning degree is suited to students who are self-motivated and able to study independently online, accessing engaging digital learning materials for the theoretical element, with regular support from tutors in local areas. You will also undertake weekly integrated clinical placements in one of the maternity units across the South West of England, where practice supervisors support you to learn and progress to achieve the required NMC standards of proficiency for midwives.
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MSc Midwifery (shortened) blended learning programme
Available from September 2023 this blended learning midwifery masters degree will equip you with the skills, knowledge and professional insight needed to become an NMC Registered Midwife. The programme will allow you to build on your nursing skills and experience, giving you the confidence to work inclusively with women and families. You will develop the competence to provide high quality, evidence informed care.
This full-time programme moves away from traditional lecture-based classroom teaching, instead immersing students within a variety of engaging online activities which you will study at level 6 and 7.
The programme offers a flexible highly motivated approach to learning, suiting those who are looking to balance university life with other commitments.
Asynchronous learning allows students to undertake theoretical study, when it is convenient for them, based around their weekly clinical placements and home-life commitments; putting them at the centre of their midwifery journey.
Regular facilitated tutorials will offer additional tailored support from expert midwifery lecturers in this innovative and exciting new curriculum.